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Buenos Aires: Empanadas and Alfajores Cooking Experience

1. Buenos Aires: Empanadas and Alfajores Cooking Experience

Learn about Argentina's culture through this presential experience. Ideal for you and your kids. Cook your very own Argentinian empanadas and make your own Dulce de Leche alfajores, hosted by a native guide in Buenos Aires. First, be shown how you and your family can prepare Argentinian empanadas, one of the most important dishes in the country, choosing between meat or a vegan option. Learn how to make the famous dulce de leche. In the end, use it for the preparation of alfajores.

Buenos Aires: Wine Tasting and Lunch at Bodega Gamboa

2. Buenos Aires: Wine Tasting and Lunch at Bodega Gamboa

Enjoy a relaxing wine tasting experience and discover a rich diversity of high-quality wines from a local Argentine vineyard on a small-group tour aboard a comfortable minivan. Discover an amazing range of wines including pinot noir, malbec, and cabernet franc, combining them with perfectly paired cheeses. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Buenos Aires and take you on a one-hour journey to Bodega Gamboa, an iconic new winery located next to the town of Campana. Once there, meet your host who will take you on a tour of the vineyards, and tell you about the local culture, and the different wine strains produced here. Then, savor local wines before returning to your hotel in the afternoon.

Buenos Aires: Rojo Tango Show with Optional Dinner

3. Buenos Aires: Rojo Tango Show with Optional Dinner

Tango will always be one of the main Argentinian forms of art and the Rojo Tango show gives you the most exclusive tango experience in Buenos Aires. These dancers, singers, and musicians are praised as some of the best in the country. Inside the five-star Faena Hotel, refurbished and decorated by designer Philippe Starck, Rojo Tango is all about luxury.   The Rojo Tango Quintet Orchestra sets the tone for the effervescent and impeccable performance of the dancers, inside a cozy and exclusive spot that pays tribute to old French cabarets of the last century. With a maximum capacity of 100 people, you will travel back in time as you watch the dancers and become entranced in the music. Choose the 3-course dinner menu and try traditional Argentine cuisine, a fine selection of local wines, and cocktails and make this evening an even more incredible experience.

Buenos Aires: Malbec Wine Tasting Experience

4. Buenos Aires: Malbec Wine Tasting Experience

Visit a local wine cellar run by an expert sommelier, who will show you all there is to know about Argentina's best wines. Make your way through a carefully-chosen wine selection, learning about wine production in the region as you taste. Over the course of the 2-hour tour, an expert sommelier will share information about the different vintages, vineyard locations, and grape varieties of the wines you taste. Get acquainted with the winemaking landscape in Argentina, focusing on the country's famous Malbec wines. Snack on picada, a typical Argentinian appetizer that pairs perfectly with a Malbec.

Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

5. Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

If you are tired of cooking the same dishes every week and wish to try something different, this class to make fresh empanadas, asado, mate, and chocotorta will be perfect for you.  Meet your group in front of the local market Mercado San Telmo, and feel like a local as you shop for your own fresh ingredients. Then, move to the nearby cooking location and start preparing the popular local dishes. Empanada is a baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and meat or veggie filling, and one of the symbols of Argentine food. It has the perfect form to preserve all the flavors of the dish. At its core, asado is meat grilled in its purest form, a method for barbecuing especially used in Argentina. You'll also create your own mate, a typical Argentine drink, which can be drunk cold or hot. Finally, close off your cooking experience with a traditional local dessert: a chocotorta, or chocolate cake. This is a great opportunity to travel with your senses, and get inspired while you travel or live in Argentina. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about Argentine food.

Buenos Aires: 8-Course Argentine BBQ at Fogón Asado

6. Buenos Aires: 8-Course Argentine BBQ at Fogón Asado

Be welcomed by your friendly hosts and Argentine "asador" chef. Sip on a welcome cocktail and sit at the beautiful bar that surrounds the custom made grill in the middle of the room. The closed-door restaurant does not have any private tables, but rather the bar which allows for everyone to see and feel what is happening on the grill. The chef will explain the different cuts of meat that you will try from the menu, how the dishes are prepared and provide a short history of Asado grill. Make your own Chimichurri sauce, a traditional condiment present in all steakhouses and Asados. While seated near the fire, you can enjoy watching all the food preparations and may ask any questions. Argentine Asado is all about being relaxed, enjoying good food and wine in good company. Start with several small plates of traditional dishes such as empanada, choripan and morcipan, grilled provolone cheese and several surprises. Then, try a typical grilled pork cut, and three cuts of beef served in different ways. The dinner is completed with coffee and a branded dulce de leche pancake served with Patagonian berries.

Café de Los Angelitos Tango Show with Optional Dinner

7. Café de Los Angelitos Tango Show with Optional Dinner

The 1890s Café de los Angelitos was once a place where poets, musicians, and even criminals united. One of the favorites places of famous singer Carlos Gardel, the cafe is now an elegant hangout for coffee or tea. By night, Los Angelitos puts on one of the best tango shows in Buenos Aires. The show is performed with over 21 artists on the stage, and you will be amazed by their bright art of tango. Enjoy this unforgettable evening of fantastic music and dance. In addition to the incredible tango show, enjoy two complimentary empanadas and one glass of wine or soft drink. For the full flavor, opt for a 3-course dinner with a fine selection of international cuisine, which is a spectacle in and of itself.

Buenos Aires: The Argentine Experience Gastronomical Dinner

8. Buenos Aires: The Argentine Experience Gastronomical Dinner

This unique interactive dining experience starts with a Malbec wine-based cocktail. Meet your fellow foodie travelers and learn to cook traditional Argentine food together. Suit up in an apron and chef hat and learn how to close traditional Argentine empanadas using different 'repulga' techniques. After, sit down to a dinner consisting of food from all four corners of the country, including bife de lomo, arguably Argentina's best steak. The food includes famous culinary exports, like chorizo and grilled provoleta cheese, and is paired expertly with three varietals of wine. Finish by learning how to make your own mate, a traditional tea drink that has its own ritual, etiquette, and history, which you'll enjoy with alfajores, the typical Argentine dessert.  

Buenos Aires: Argentinian Flavors Food Tour with Dinner

9. Buenos Aires: Argentinian Flavors Food Tour with Dinner

After been picked up from Baires Gallery at 6 PM, be taken to the Casa del Dulce de Leche. First, enjoy a guided tour of this historic specialist shop, learning about how they make their delicious star product, the creamy caramel-like treat called "dulce de leche". Get the chance to sample different varieties too. Then, head to the Mercado de San Telmo, a food market that has played an essential role in the Buenos Aires food scene since opening in 1897. Peruse the different stalls selling meat, fish, fresh fruit and vegetables and discover the finest quality ingredients that form the base of the most popular dishes in Argentinian cuisine. Next, stop on your food tour will be at the Tierra Mendocina winery, where you'll spend 55 minutes enjoying a wine tasting of 2 different Argentinian wines: a red Malbec and a white Torrontes. Wash these delicious wines with local cheeses too. From the winery, make your way to the Revire Brasas Bravas restaurant for the finishing touch on your Buenos Aires culinary experience. Indulge in a traditional Argentinian dinner of 3 mouth-watering courses plus a drink (mineral water, soft drinks, a glass of wine, or beer). For a starter choose between a meat empanada or Revire provolone. Follow this with the main course of port flank steak, sirloin steak, or a quarter of boneless chicken all served with chips or mixed salad. Round off your meal with a dessert flan with dulce de leche or ice cream.  At the end of your delicious dinner, which will last around an hour, be taken back to your hotel by around 10 PM where your tour concludes.

Buenos Aires: 1.5-Hour Argentinian Empanadas Cooking Class

10. Buenos Aires: 1.5-Hour Argentinian Empanadas Cooking Class

Prepare one of the most popular Argentinian dishes and one of the oldest recipes. Follow the steps with your chef and pick up some tricks and secrets along the way. Create your own empanadas, a delicious staple of Argentinian homes. Learn about Argentinian culture as you cook with the help of a local chef. After, share your delicious creations around the table. Trade stories as you eat with friends and family for an unforgettable experience.

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We had a very special private trip with our guide Hernan. He made it very informative all the way to our destination with his passionate and friendly interaction. The experience at the wine farm was very interesting and the wine tasting great! The food at lunch was a real culinary journey and adds a lot of value to the tour ito substance. All the best with your project! Henk

Tango Rojo is a must to see and experience if you come to Buenos Aires. I brought a group of 8 and we sat right up front and had the experience of watching and immersing ourselves in the beauty and professionalism of the dancers. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!

No hesitation: the best cooking class in Buenos Aires! Graziella and David were amazing and so generous, we learned a lot about Argentinian culture and we made the most delicious empañadas that we have ever eaten! We had so much fun. Would recommend it 100%

Everything was good! Nico was funny and keep us involved and in good mood. Content is good to spend good day with nature and horses

Amazing experience, we really liked the class and the instructor Graziela was very friendly and nice.